The Upper East Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has been called upon to intervene to resolve the land disputes between two factions in the Region to help avoid a bloody clash.
The Tindongsobligu and Kalbeon communities who stay closer together have long standing land disputes over the years, which keep on re-emerging.
At a news conference in Bolgatanga at the weekend, organised by a group called the ?Tindaama Union of Bolgatanga?, the spokesperson, Mr Anaba Ayelom said the Region over the years had been noted for its peaceful nature and should not be allowed to be torn apart.
Whilst calling on the REGSEC to work very fast to avert clashes, the group is also calling on President John Dramani Mahama to help resolve the dispute.
Meanwhile the people of the Tindongsobligu community who expressed unhappiness about a court ruling in favour of the Kalbeon community over a sale of land both of them are claiming ownership said they would appealed against the decision.